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MakubeX2 2009-08-25 08:35

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Originally Posted by Ardi220288 (Post 2603354)
Definitely much better than the original lineart. Since I kind love the detail can't wait to see the real deal. ;)

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Originally Posted by Okamidum (Post 2603383)
It's beautiful.....I need this.

Don't be hooked by Bandai's early attempt of a marketing gimmick.

http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/8190/pgastray02.jpg
As demonstrated by the example here. Do the final product resemble anything like the early linearts ?

Ardi220288 2009-08-25 08:42

LOL I definitely won't expect it to be exactly resemble the lineart but it definitely rise the expectation of the real model. nothing wrong with that isn't it?

MakubeX2 2009-08-25 08:46

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Originally Posted by Ardi220288 (Post 2603411)
LOL I definitely won't expect it to be exactly resemble the lineart but it definitely rise the expectation of the real model. nothing wrong with that isn't it?

Like I said, it's much too early to pass judgement on a product just by looking at a concept sketch. We need to see at least a uncoloured prototype.

I'm hoping they streamlined the Raiser myself just so the PG OO-Raiser will be Exia-thin instead of being a steroid-infested mecha.

Alexus_Z3 2009-08-25 11:32

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Originally Posted by LoweGear (Post 2602969)

well I have high expectation on the model and hope Bandai won't let me down :)

SonicSP 2009-08-25 14:19

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Originally Posted by LoweGear (Post 2602969)

Awesome lineart.......its 00 on steroids.Yeah its been working out!!!!Now thats squaring sword-breaking muscles for ya.

Regardless of how the final product turns out,this lineart is a pretty cool on its own.I'm already way happy with my HG 00,though I will consider getting this,depending on how it turns out.Not that big of a fan of larger scales but its 00,so hopefully it will be worth a buy,though I'm looking forward to the MG more than the PG.

But the 1/100 has gotten me worried however,especially with its weight problems and lack of torso movement,we'll see I guess.

Rising Dragon 2009-08-25 15:57

I wouldn't mind seeing that lineart colored.

MakubeX2 2009-08-25 16:30

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Originally Posted by Rising Dragon (Post 2604257)
I wouldn't mind seeing that lineart colored.

http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/4907/1251174837539.jpg

As mentioned earlier, it more or less the same as Ebikawa's lineart. Except with more panelings.

Rising Dragon 2009-08-25 17:41

Very nice. Thanks for fulfilling my request.

yeahitschris 2009-08-25 23:24

so tempted to buy MG exia :upset:

Alexus_Z3 2009-08-26 11:08

I never built a PG before but is it normal for having so many small part like that (seems going to be really stressfull) :heh:

http://i31.tinypic.com/2qtyccx.jpg

http://i27.tinypic.com/k1qa1g.jpg

http://i25.tinypic.com/15dudzs.jpg

http://i30.tinypic.com/11udzqd.jpg


This 00 7S looks pretty cool :love:
http://i28.tinypic.com/20as32v.jpg

SonicSP 2009-08-26 14:15

I need some help regarding HG Arios


I'm having some trouble transforming with the HG Arios.You know the Vertical Fin that's suppose to point upwards in Flight Mode? [It's the same as the triangular fin that most aeroplanes have;the one that point upwards] I can't get it into the flight position,where its suppose to point upwards.

It seems that I can never make it stick that way.......and not let the thing fall down.The instruction manual is not much help visually either,though they are a set of words there,so I wonder if that has anything to do with the correct method?

I've checked out Dalong,and they have a visual How to Transform guide as well,but that is no help either.Can anybody explain to me the correct way of posstioning the Vertical Fin?

The part thats suppose to connect the Flight Arios to the stand is not that strong either,but I think it was never meant to be,unless I'm doing something wrong with that one as well,but that is a smaller problem,I'm more concerned with the Vertical Fin at the moment.

Any help or advice given is appreciated.

Nerroth 2009-08-26 16:18


Oh, I so want that figure. Badly.

Calvin329 2009-08-26 16:25

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Originally Posted by SonicSP (Post 2606307)
I need some help regarding HG Arios


I'm having some trouble transforming with the HG Arios.You know the Vertical Fin that's suppose to point upwards in Flight Mode? [It's the same as the triangular fin that most aeroplanes have;the one that point upwards] I can't get it into the flight position,where its suppose to point upwards.

It seems that I can never make it stick that way.......and not let the thing fall down.The instruction manual is not much help visually either,though they are a set of words there,so I wonder if that has anything to do with the correct method?

I've checked out Dalong,and they have a visual How to Transform guide as well,but that is no help either.Can anybody explain to me the correct way of posstioning the Vertical Fin?

The part thats suppose to connect the Flight Arios to the stand is not that strong either,but I think it was never meant to be,unless I'm doing something wrong with that one as well,but that is a smaller problem,I'm more concerned with the Vertical Fin at the moment.

Any help or advice given is appreciated.

Do you mean the orange "fins" on the shoulders of Arios?

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Originally Posted by Nerroth (Post 2606563)
Oh, I so want that figure. Badly.

Remember, the purple and I think so other part is not coloured, so that sucks. But otherwise, I want it too :D

MakubeX2 2009-08-26 17:59

http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/7012/1251299928914.jpg
http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/9786/1251300700695.jpg

Alright. This pretty much cement the deal for me. The gogrgeous look in it's unpainted state, the bulkiness of it all, the moveable mono eye and how they allowed the binders to be locked into place. 4500 yen is just about the right price for all of it.

kk2extreme 2009-08-26 19:31

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Originally Posted by Alexus_Z3 (Post 2605952)
I never built a PG before but is it normal for having so many small part like that (seems going to be really stressfull) :heh:

i did the pg wing custom, and it has many small parts and it took me a month to finish it (i was slacking on building it :heh:), but building a unpainted one would set you around a week ;)

LoweGear 2009-08-26 19:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by SonicSP (Post 2606307)
I need some help regarding HG Arios


I'm having some trouble transforming with the HG Arios.You know the Vertical Fin that's suppose to point upwards in Flight Mode? [It's the same as the triangular fin that most aeroplanes have;the one that point upwards] I can't get it into the flight position,where its suppose to point upwards.

It seems that I can never make it stick that way.......and not let the thing fall down.The instruction manual is not much help visually either,though they are a set of words there,so I wonder if that has anything to do with the correct method?

I've checked out Dalong,and they have a visual How to Transform guide as well,but that is no help either.Can anybody explain to me the correct way of posstioning the Vertical Fin?

The part thats suppose to connect the Flight Arios to the stand is not that strong either,but I think it was never meant to be,unless I'm doing something wrong with that one as well,but that is a smaller problem,I'm more concerned with the Vertical Fin at the moment.

Any help or advice given is appreciated.

I also have the HG Arios, and I've never had a problem with that part. While the part does tend to "stick" in it's position on the crotch at first, a little more force will usually put it in the proper position without breaking it due to it's design. It's most likely that you didn't put it in properly - the joint that attaches it to the Arios' crotch should "click" and be freely movable.

And yes, the flight mode stand isn't really strong, but it should be stable enough to pose the Arios with no problems at all, unless you're custom modding the Arios or something.

dagr81 2009-08-26 20:01

[QUOTE=Alexus_Z3;2605952]I never built a PG before but is it normal for having so many small part like that (seems going to be really stressfull) :heh:

http://i31.tinypic.com/2qtyccx.jpg

http://i27.tinypic.com/k1qa1g.jpg

man my gl is going to japan 1st two weeks of november i am so tempted to have her pic me PG 00

Amber.Dawn 2009-08-26 20:35

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Originally Posted by Alexus_Z3 (Post 2605952)
I never built a PG before but is it normal for having so many small part like that (seems going to be really stressfull) :heh:


If it didn't have so many small parts, it'd be a large MG. So yeah, PG's have like 500 parts. Having others to help with the model speeds things up considerably.

philmein 2009-08-26 21:14

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Originally Posted by MakubeX2 (Post 2606745)
http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/7012/1251299928914.jpg
http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/9786/1251300700695.jpg

Alright. This pretty much cement the deal for me. The gogrgeous look in it's unpainted state, the bulkiness of it all, the moveable mono eye and how they allowed the binders to be locked into place. 4500 yen is just about the right price for all of it.

I agree man. I'm getting it for the same exact reasons as you are. I think overall, this mobile suit is the epitome of sexy. I also want to get the HG Unicorn Destroy Mode just for the heck of it.

Now I'm contemplating whether to get a PG 00 Raiser or just wait for the MG version. I seriously don't want to pay 200+ along with the hefty shipping rate. Hell no.

yusawateva 2009-08-26 21:36

my f91's left cannon broke, so i decided the turn the whole suit battle damaged
it's my first time, i used the needle+fire technique, pure burning (xD), x-acto knife, and weathering masters, feel free to give comments, if you look closely, especially the left leg, you can see the burn damages, i burned the left arm too

http://img354.imageshack.us/img354/6725/cimg5236.jpg


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